Super Bowl Frenzy: Packers Super Bowl Shirts Hit Stores

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WEST ALLIS - Stores across Southeastern Wisconsin have already been selling official Packers Super Bowl Champions gear.

Many of them were open Sunday night, while others were opening early on Monday morning to sell shirts made by City Screen Print and Embroidery.

"As soon as the game ended, it was about 9:10 p.m., and we had the thumbs up to start printing," said Bill Hoag, who is the president of City Screen Print.

"We've been at it since then.  We're at about 35,000 so far (as of 5:00 a.m.).  We should be done at about 6:30 a.m., and then another set of shirts come in blank, and we should start the next 12 hours, and then it keeps going, potentially, all week until there's no demand, and you know that Packers fans, I'm sure there'll be in demand all week long."

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Hoag made multiple styles for stores to sell.

"There's three different designs approved by the NFL," said Hoag.  "We did the official locker room shirt, which is kind of exciting."